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“Rain and open fire don’t go well. I wonder… Could I use the smoke to preserve food?

Louis – Survivor

The Basics


Immerse yourself into the boots of an lonely adventurer in the most advanced and complex survival game to date. Challenge yourself by fighting the forces of nature, just to live another day.


Travel between islands, master realistic sailing, navigate using basic tools and face the most challenging latitude driven weather mechanics, emulating real Pacific environmental situations.


It’s early 1800’s and you crashed into the Pacific. Find your lost items, search for clues, expand your knowledge, improve your skills and find a way back to civilization! (Escaping not implemented yet)
“My tools kept breaking and after weeks of struggle, I finally found a way to maintain them and make them last longer”

Isabella – Survivor

What it is

Escape the Pacific is an open-world surival game, with Pacific-like environmental complexity and real-life character progression, where you are being challenged to navigate according to the sun movement, to sail based on wind conditions and to expand your knowledge in order to survive the raw forces of mother nature. Currently, the game can be played in sandbox mode only.

What it isn’t

Escape the Pacific is not an instant gratification game. Learning to survive means having to build i.e. a fire not by simply having the needed ingretients in your inventory, but, like in real life, by:
1. Bunching small fire sticks
2. Placing small brances on top
3. And finally, adding stones around
One ingredient at a time.

We also don’t have helicopters, but you can build a modular floating survival base, if you wish

“I haven’t been diving lately and today swimming felt different, harder, more difficult. Can it be I am loosing my skills if I’m not exercising or is the only thing I’m loosing… My mind?”

Maurice – Survivor

What sets this game apart

Realistic weather

What was once unthinkable to be experienced in a game, is now reality in Escape The Pacific. We analized official data from the Pacific environment and implemented it in the game, but that was not enough for us, so we built the weather mechanics to adapt and change based on the position of the player. This affects the min/max temperature, wind direction, wind speed, rain intensity, rain duration and so much more that we had to create a dedicated page for this to explain everything.
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Global navigation

We could have made it simple but we simply couldn’t! We knew you’re here for a challenge and are willing to learn real life skills, so we went to the length and scattered loot all over the pacific just for you to learn how to use a compas for triangulation purposes, a sun dial to read the time without a digital watch and a sextant to find out your location on the map. And… If you don’t like the cold, simply travel south during the cold season, like you do when celebrating Christmas in Barbados at 35 degrees C.
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Cluster-Based Map

You start your journey empty-handed on a randomly generated island (you can pick and choose the characteristics before you start). From here you can travel locally (the initial cluster) between islands, collect resources and prepare to discover other clusters in the hope to find vital information that could lead to your escape.
But be aware of the realistic environment and map size. Journeys are long, food is gold and water dries out. Be well prepared for an inter-cluster journey… Many have failed before you.
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Weather factors

The sun, the wind and the rain affect you and your belongings in different ways.
While you’re tanning your pale survivor skin in the open sun, be careful to not overheat and if you get thirsty, you beter keep your wate source in the shade.
Trees and co. have shielding properties. Think twice before building a water collector next to a tree & if you think you are smart and build a indoor fireplace, We have you covered : The wind will blow rain on it!
Who said survival was easy?
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“Resources are scarce. Building a fixed home might not be the best option in the long run but what about building a floating house?”

Eleanor – Survivor


(Currently, the game can be enjoyed in sandbox mode only)

We are writing the year 1800. You are a pioneer with a vision to achieve something that was never done before. In your hot air balloon you set off to make the first trans-Pacific flight. Deep in your heart you are a true believer, ready to write history!


Half way through your journey, suddenly, you are caught in a severe storm above the middle of the ocean. Loosing altitude, you panic and start throwing overboard heavy chests followed by the lighter ones, to save yourself from crashing into the freezing cold waters.


With the storm passing and believing that you’re safe, you rest on the floor of the gondola just to realize that a crash into the Pacific is imminent.


As anxiety overcomes you, you start thinking about how to return back home, in case you manage to not drown. You feel a sudden shake, the noise of loud waves getting closer and closer, and… in the blink on an eye… Everything turns black and the merciless ocean becomes your coat.


Like a true survivor, you manage to swim to the surface. Struggling to stay afloat, you look around and spot some palm trees. Fighting for survival starts here.
“I havent seen land or felt a drop of water in days. Without the compas I would have thought I am sailing in circles. I’m heading N-E to explore a new cluster and hope I’ll reach it soon, before I run out of water and food…”

Ranganatan – Survivor




Level up and become more resilient


Earn additional experience points and use them to improve your stats


Build a shelter to protect you from the forces of the nature


Use tools and build cooking stations to cook delicious meals


Collect ingredients to cook more advanced recipes


Hunt animals and harvest meat for food, feathers for arrows etc.


Craft tools to make your survival easier


Learn to build and use a sun dial, compass and sextant



Travel on a randomly generated map, based on random seed generation


The game world consists of island clusters and the island clusters consist of islands. Each island cluster has between 15 – 20 islands. The exact number of islands in the cluster and their position are generated randomly.


The distance between clusters is much bigger than the one between islands in the same cluster. Traveling between clusters can take around 2-3 or 4-5 in-game days.


Island clusters are being generated randomly, far away from each other. Sailing between clusters can take several days


Learn how to use a sun dial to determine the exact noon-time


In conjunction with the sun dial, the pocket watch will enable you to always know what time it is


Use the triangulation method to determine the position of the islands in the pacific and draw up a local map


Use the sextant during noon-time to determine your exact location on the map
“Today I found food buried under the the sand. I wonder, what else is down there to discover?”

Victor- Survivor


(Currently, the game can be enjoyed in sandbox mode only. Endgame not implemented yet.)

“Today is the 5th day of my survival. I’m starting to feel confident about escaping the Pacific.”


“Day 50. It’s been a long time since I had positive thoughts about this, but… What if I am not alone? I did come across bodily remains and their goodbye letters… What if others tried what I tried and never made it back, like me?”


“Day 75. The clues and tools I found this morning, after sailing for nealy 2 weeks on the open sea, gave me hope. I can finally see light at the end of the Pacific. I. Can. Return home to my loved ones and share my story with the world! All I have to do is…” (sound of a broken pen)



Harriet – Still sailing in circles, chasing his retirement in the Pacific


The current game state is Alpha, where you can explore the Pacific at your own peace in an sandbox environment with up to 36k clusters and hundreds of thousands of islands. There is no Endgame at this stage.


Among many other crazy ideas we contemplate to implement in this game, here are 2 major updates we have in the pipeline for Escape The Pacific:


1. Story mode, where the player gets to explore neighbored island clusters, to find hints on how to escape the pacific.


2. True seasons that will help implement plant growth and fruit ripening like in real life. This will challenge you to prepare better for the dry season and be creative during long rainy days.
Talk to us by joining our lovely community on Discord today!
“Found a delicious source of nutrients and it looks like the Seagulls dont agree with me. I need a better tactic.”

Mabel – Survivor